Get the most out of FormAssembly with our free online classes.
Our classes are free and available to anyone. If you're new or looking for some new ways to use FormAssembly, check out our upcoming classes, or watch videos of past sessions. Be sure to let us know what other topics you'd like to see!

Class Registration

Form Builder 5.0

May 1st, 3:00pm ET
Learn about our newly released Form Builder 5.0! We'll discuss all the new changes and redesigns so you can take your form building to the next level. We'll cover the new Form Builder interface, the completely redesigned Theme Editor, and a whole lot more!

GDPR & Data Collection: What you Need to Know

May 30th, 3:00pm ET
The EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25th. This impacts anyone has forms that collect data from EU citizens. Learn more about what the GDPR is, how it impacts the forms you build, and the changes FormAssembly has made to ensure compliance.

Welcome Class Series

These classes are specifically designed for users who are just getting started with FormAssembly!
Welcome To Form Building
June, TDB
This class will provide an overview of the Form Builder and help you get started building your own forms.

Welcome to the Salesforce Connector
July, TBD
This class will provide an overview of how you can start sending form response data directly to Salesforce.

Welcome to Form Management
August, TBD
This class will provide an overview of how to setup email notifications and form processing options.

Previous Classes

Watch some of our most popular classes:

We'll take you through the most useful (and most used) features in the FormAssembly Form Builder.  

As part of our Getting Started Series, we focus on creating and updating records in Salesforce.

Online Classes are at 3:00PM Eastern (GMT-5) and will last up to 40 minutes, unless otherwise noted.

FormAssembly does not sell or share personal information with third party organizations.
GA Capture Fields
This element is used for capturing GA fields so that they can be mapped to Salesforce. 
Map the fields below in the Salesforce (or other) connector. 

NOTE: this entire section is hidden on the form by default (FormBuilder 4.2.0 or higher required)


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